Easter is a wonderful time of year to host a party.
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Easter is a great time for friends and family to get together, celebrate the changing seasons and eat lots of food! 

Easter Party Ideas

This holiday is all about fun, family and friends. It’s time to celebrate new life and the hope of the future. So what better way to get in the mood than with some fun Easter party ideas?

If you are looking for something different to do on Easter Sunday, why not host your own egg hunt? You could even get your kids involved by making them their own little baskets from old newspapers and decorate them with stickers or crayons. Then let them go hunting!

Easter egg hunt 

The classic Easter egg hunt is one of the best ways to celebrate Easter. Make it more fun by hiding the eggs in places where kids have to use their imaginations to find them (like under a rock, in a tree or inside a box). Another option is to hide some of the eggs and make your kids look for chocolate eggs instead.

Easter basket games

Basket games are easy and fun, especially if there are prizes involved! There are lots of different types of basket games that can be played indoors or outdoors all depending on what type of baskets you have available. You can also get creative with these games by making up your own variations on traditional basket games!

Egg decorating 

Ever think of decorating for easter? One of fun easter activities  could be easter egg decorations. You can buy special kits in most supermarkets but why not get creative yourself? We’ve got a great DIY guide here that shows you how to make your own edible decorations using food coloring and sprinkles. If you’re looking for something more elaborate than try making snowflake shaped eggs by filling cups with water, adding food coloring and freezing them overnight in your freezer before peeling off the cups.

Potato Sack Race

Potato sack races are a classic family activity. You need to have at least two participants, but you can make it work with just one, so long as you have a “jockey.” The jockey should be an adult who will ride in the sack while the other participant runs alongside, holding up the other end of the potato sack.

Bean Bag Toss Game

This classic carnival bean bag toss game features an adorable Easter themed style design. You can setup the cans in a pyramid, then toss the beanbag to try to knock them down. Whoever knocks down the most cans wins!